Tarek will help reinforce the Columbus back line after making the move from La Liga.
Wednesday, February 3, 2016
The winger's loan move to Valencia means he could incredibly still win the competition that he controversially caused his parent club to be banned from.
Liverpool was close to agreeing a deal for the Brazilian but a report in Italy now claims that a move to the Chinese Super League is back on the table.
The Schalke youngster has attracted interest from across Europe but the former Barcelona boss is set to target the 20-year-old as his first signing at the Etihad.
After struggling in Spain, the former Atletico Madrid striker believes that his transfer to China is best for all three parties.
The Liga side is hopeful it will be able to use the cash recouped from the Colombian's sale to lodge an acceptable bid for its former striker
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Jackson Martinez will link up with Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao in a reported 45 million euro deal.
After becoming the most expensive signing in Europe during the winter window, Gianelli Imbula cannot wait to get stuck into life at Stoke.
The Chicago Fire have used targeted allocation money to sign the center back from Groningen.
Despite the lack of major business in January, the Ligue 1 leader is on course for another title and will also be hoping for progress in the Champions League.
It was a quiet January for the Old Lady, but Max Allegri's side is already eyeing a move for the Borussia Dortmund man - and some talented youngsters - in the summer window.
The Bundesliga league leader planned to steer clear of the January transfer market, but untimely injuries suffered by Javi Martinez and Jerome Boateng sparked it into action.
The Brazil icon does not believe the Barcelona attacker will make the controversial move to the club's Spanish rival despite rumors claiming he is a Blancos target.
The Catalans attempted to seal a loan deal for the striker but Celta Vigo held firm and Luis Enrique will now have to wait until the summer to bring in a forward.
Any City fans hoping for major January arrivals would have been left disappointed, but the promise of Guardiola, and his list of big-name targets, mean exciting times lay ahead.
Los Blancos did not make a single signing in the winter window, but the club is set for a busy July and August as it may be unable to register new players again until 2018.
The Serb moved to Anfield in July 2014 but despite seeing plenty of game time during his season on Merseyside, he was then sent on loan to Fenerbahce.
The Bundesliga side is confident of holding onto the 20-year-old - despite interest from the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester City.
With Alexandre Pato and youngster Matt Miazga the only new arrivals at Stamford Bridge, the Blues' current crop of players have been given until the end of the season to impress.
The Spain international was one of the Catalan club's top targets but Celta refused to allow its star striker to return to Camp Nou.